FLATULENCE

 
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Abdomen hard, fullness after eating  Fr.P. (65)
 Apt to occur, with constipation  Lyc (9)
 Apt to occur, with diarrhoea  Cr.V. (8)
 As if, full of stones or sharp sticks  Coc (28)
 As if, foods all, turned to gas  Chn (7), Lyc (9). Kl.C. (21)
 As if, would burst  Asf (125), Arg (68). Mg.C. (78)
 Belching, difficult, but finally rushes with great noise  Arg (68)
 Belching, wind upward, and passed flatus downward  K.C. (21)
 Belching, relieved by, marked flatulence  Grp (62)
 Bloating, with staffed feeling, cannot breath, sp. taking fat rich foods  Pul (2)
 Breath, can hardly, distension with  Lyc (9)
 Breath, cannot, so stuffed, sp. taking rich fat food  Pul (2)
 Cannot breath, so stuffed, feeling  Pul (2), Lyc (9)
 Distension, great, of abdomen, with great flatulence  Nt.S (76)
 Distension, great, with no flatus, up or down  Mos (200)
 Distension, great, with no relief, by passing flatus or eructation  Chn (7)
 Distension, pressure, causing upon organs of chest and abdomen  Lyc (9), Nx.M. (83)
 Distension, pressure, downward  Lyc (9)
 Distension, pressure, mostly upper part, worse lying down  Cr.V. (8)
 Distension, tympanitic, no flatus up or down  (Raphenus)
 Distension, tympanitic, excessive, glossy tongue with  Ter (130)
 Distension, uncomfortable, painless  Cr.V. (18), Lyc (9), Chn (7), Thj (107)
 Flatus, by vagina, discharges  Sng (49)
 Flatus, collect, here and there, as if were in a lump  Cr.V (8)
 Flatus, protrudes, here and there, with great rumbling  Thj (107)
 Flatus, offensive, great accumulation with  Kl.C. (21), Mg.C. (78)
 Flatulent pains, full of, relieved by belching or passing flatus  Rum (99)
 Pains, burning, better by passing flatus  CL.P. (12)
 Pains, colicky, as if full of stones and sharp sticks  Coc (28)
 Pains, colicky, relieved by warm drinks and foods  Lyc(9)
 Pains, colicky, sensitive and tenderness with  Pul (2), Sil (13)
 Pains, colicky, tearing  Chm (25)
 Pain, colicky, worse after eating  Fr.P. (65)
 Pains, flatulent, relieved by passing flatus or belching  Rum (99)
 Pains, with surface nerves very sensitive to touch  Lac (20)
 Pains, worse by pressure and relieved by diarrhoea  Clm (109)
 Pressure, downward with  Lyc (9)
 Pressure, upward with  Cr.V. (8), Lyc (9). Nx.M. (83), Asf (125)
Protrusion, here and there, with great rumbling  Thj (107)
 Protrusion, here and there, as if a lump  Cr.V. (8)
 Relieved, by belching, markedly  Grp (62)
 Relieved, by belching and passing flatus  Rum (99)
 Relieved, by diarrhoea  Clm (109)
 Relieved, by passing flatus  Cl.P. (12)
 Relieved, by warm drinks or foods  Lyc (9)
 Relieved-not, by passing flatus or eructation  Chn (7)
 Rumbling, in ascending colon  Pod (73)
 Rumbling, in illeocaecal region  Nt.S. (76)
 Rumbling, in intestine  Crt(75)
 Rumbling, distension and flatulence with  Sil (13)
 Rumbling, gurgling, as from watery stool  Ph.A. (50)
 Rumbling, with diarrhoea, apt to dysenteric type  Nx.V. (1)
 Rumbling, stomach disorder with  Pod (73), Nt.S. (76) Crt (75), Als (74), Ph.A. (50)
 Rumbling, stool, just before  Als (74)
 Sensitive and tenderness with  Pul (2), Sil (13)
 Sensitive, very much, the surface nerves  Lac (20)
 Vagina, flatulent, discharges from  Sng (49)
 Worse, after eating, colicky  Fr.P. (65)
 Worse, after eating, offensive flatus  Kl.C.(21),Mg.C.(78)
 Worse, lying down, mostly in upper part uncomfortable  Cr.V. (8)
 Worse, pressure by, relieved by diarrhoea  Clm (109)